Algebraic Methodology and Software Technology: 10th by Roland Backhouse (auth.), Charles Rattray, Savitri Maharaj,

By Roland Backhouse (auth.), Charles Rattray, Savitri Maharaj, Carron Shankland (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the tenth overseas convention on Algebraic method and software program know-how, AMAST 2004, held in Stirling, Scotland, united kingdom in July 2004.

The 35 revised complete papers provided including abstracts of five invited talks and an invited paper have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from sixty three submissions. one of the themes coated are all present matters in formal tools concerning algebraic ways to software program engineering together with summary info forms, procedure algebras, algebraic specification, version checking, abstraction, refinement, version checking, country machines, rewriting, Kleene algebra, programming common sense, and so on.

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Apt and Dexter C. Kozen. Limits for automic verification of finite-state concurrent systems. Information Processing Letters, 22:307-309, 1986 C. Rattray et al. ): AMAST 2004, LNCS 3116, p. 20, 2004. O. nl/sos This abstract provides some background information about the electronic voting experiment that is planned in the Netherlands for the European Elections of 2004, and about our own involvement in the infrastructure for this experiment. The talk will elaborate further about the computer security issues involved, especially with respect to the use of formal methods for vote counting software.

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